Variety's critics debate the highs and lows of an unusually paranoid and post-apocalyptic summer movie season.
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Legendary Entertainment and Warner Bros. had a big problem on their hands last week: Low tracking numbers for "Pacific Rim" – the last thing any producer wants to see before releasing an expensive…
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Beyond their good works, Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel's TV showcase helped simplify film criticism, bringing a gladiatorial thumbs-up or thumbs-down ruthlessness to such analysis. It was also a handy…
A new breed of filmmaker is emerging in Cuba, where travel restrictions to and from the U.S. have eased, allowing digital-savvy helmers — many of them alumni of the Gabriel Garcia Marquez-founded…
As infotainment systems play a larger role in influencing the sale of a car, an increasing number of automakers are looking to make the screens mimic another popular device consumers can't leave home…
Both hat acts have just the right amount of good-natured swagger to provide a no-worries atmosphere.
Not even Charlotte Rampling can keep "I, Anna" from playing more like "Oy, Anna."